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harris falkner, and singer and planetary correspondent, otis, and tucker carlson, always a delight. time to go back to tv's andy leevy for the post-game wrap up. >> hey, jill, what do you think about paula abdul leaving american idol? >> i think it's a terrible career mistake, but fox caught up with the denver auditions without paul, and victoria beckham and she actually smiled. and if we deep having surprises like this, it will be the highest rated season ever. >> do you think it's a career mistake for her since she has no other career. >> i don't know why you would leave the highest rated show in television. i would do it for free. >> are you going to be in jersey any time soon. >> yes, i'm probably doing jersey at the end of august, club cazba, and i can't wait it get out there and have fun. do you know how many lonely nights i spent in big ernie's diner? turny. it's always good for a comedian, don't mess with the language, just let the crowd minute ago it out. no talent fat neck. >> is your book coming out in paperback soon? >> i hate your guts, it will be out next week in paperback,
's, it's the do-it-yourself consumer. blame the customer. she's all tuckered out. the stock has plummeted 10% since then. >> the house of pain. >> then today, home depot reported a quarter that looked actually pretty darn good, and even better it raised numbers! ♪ hallelujah >> hmm, lowe's blames the consumer. me, i reach another conclusion -- the consumer's going to home depot. and why the heck not? home depot's executing on its plan. looks like lowe's doesn't even have a plan. in fact, i consider home depot the executioner. lowe's is marie antoinette. how did this happen? for years, we always thought that lowe's was the well-oiled machine, while home depot was self-destructing, courtesy of its ceo, bob nardelli. bob moved into wholesale at the top, cut costs by cutting customer service -- >> the house of pain. >> he knew nothing about retail, nothing about what the consumer wanted. he had no merchandise, no eye at all. i can't believe he didn't obliterate home depot. perhaps a testament to the brand that was superior, no doubt like cramer fave mason storm in "hard to kill." it took si
tucker and ron brown steele is the political director for atlantic media. you're both heavy weights as journalists. i respect your opinions. when i look at those crowds:00 a and when i look at the people involved in the birther movement, i see a dichotomy in terms of class. i think some people in the birther movement are a little more rustic a little less informed and a little scared. i see the mobs, i see pinks and limes, i see middle class people that went to college, i see people who read the paper who just don't like health care reform. what do you see, cynthia? do you see the same crowd in both? >> well, let me start out by saying, chris, there is absolutely no way to prove that people have racist motives. there's no way to know what's in people's hearts and minds. >> yeah, when they say the guy is from mombassa, okay, that's how you can tell. with no evidence whatever. when you say he's from some other country, make him as foreign as possible, that suggests motive to me. >> or when you hear people at these tea party protesters say this is america, this is no longer the country
the same cultural and racial anxiety that's behind the birther movement. cynthia tucker, political columnist for "the atlanta constitution." and ron brownstein is the political director for "atlantic med media." you're both heavyweights as journalists. i respect your opinions. when i look at those crowds and when i look at the people i imagine involved in the birther movement, i see a dichotomy in terms of class. i think some people in the birther movement are less educated, more rural, more rustic, a little less informed about everything. and a little more scared. whereas i see these mobs at these meetings, i see pinks and limes, i see middle class people who went to college, i see people who do read the paper, who just don't like health care reform. what do you see, cynthia? do you see the same crowd in both? the birthers, the race people, the people against health care particularly? >> well, let me start out by saying, chris, there is absolutely no way to prove that people have racist motives. there's no way to know what's in people's hearts and minds. >> yeah, when they say the
't look like anything will come together any time soon. and tucker barnes pointed out there was another year where it was really late before anything happened iat'92 and the first edorm was hurricane andrew. and i'm not saying that will happen this year. so take a look at the eastern satellite radar. vedslit oa some clouds over us. no precipitation this morning y dacoe sewd ule r we could see s cold front in a out to the west that s tracks it's way in. seu ate can the front where the showers are aligned and now we'll go to the surface map and you'll see the front matching. it's a cold front with very warm air here. moist, humid air. cold front moves in. allison, you know what happens when that happens. >> yep. you tell us. >> stormy conditions. thank you for thletting me do i stormy conditions. here is your five-day forecast. high today of about 90 degrees. showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and evening. tomorrow, lingering showers are possible. but a more comfortable day, 83. friday will be nice and the weekend will be hot. there's a look at the weather. thanks, tony. >>> it is n
" with our mutual friend tucker carlson. i traveled with him when he was there. i think the majority leader should know there's a lot of spray tanning, hair products and very snug clothes. kinds of onesies sewn together and heels. >> i don't know how that place in sugarland. >> the onesie is where you got me. >> onesie sewn together. >> speaking of sarah palin as we have been this morning, let's talk again by levi johnson. the 15 minutes. >> again? >> did a web interview with our friends over at bravo. i don't know why he takes the bait on all these things, but he did speak of sarah palin in terms of being the cougar. here is some of the interview. >> you are such a prolific baby maker, i'm wondering if we can expect an announcement from kathy that there's one on the way. >> yeah. i'm not sure man. i'm a little scared. we'll see what happens in a couple of weeks. >> we'll see when the test comes back. are you a cougar lover? >> a little bit, yeah. >> really? >> yeah. >> okay. very good. you're almost former mother-in-law is kind of america's favorite cougar, wouldn't you say? >> not my favo
off. tucker carlson joins us from washington, d.c. >> good morning. as we have been talking about, textbooks under the influence of the activist left is not to describe the world the way it is, but to hope for the way it should be. that means sometimes changing history. t whio whit, adam and eve is now eve and adam. in the left-wing version of genesis, adam convinced eve to eat the apple. steve: they are rewriting the bible? [laughter] >> if you look back, you do not have a grandfather clause anymore. that is needless to say, sexist as well. replaced with a retroactive coverage. sportsmanship has that dreaded three letter word, the ugliest word in english, man. it is now sporting conduct. elderly and senior citizens are not around anymore either, not sure why that is offensive, but they are now older citizens. jungle is now forbidden as well. no more jungle. the word is savannah. jungle is a perfectly good word, and evocative word. -- an evocative word. no more george of the jungle, it is george of the rainforest. steve: i wish that you were making this stuff up. but you are actua
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